- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
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Anyplace else, this would be considered four separate vacations, but not in Aspen, where skiers will find more than 5,300 acres of terrain between Snowmass, Aspen Mountain (Ajax), Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. Not to mention the endless dining, nightlife and shopping the town of Aspen is known for, providing more than enough reasons to visit one of the world's most famous and exciting ski resorts. There's no better time to experience "The Power of Four."
United and Frontier airlines service Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE). Most flights connect through Denver International Airport (DIA), while United has daily service from Los Angeles in and out of Aspen. Flight time from DIA is approximately 45 minutes. Delta provides direct flights to ASE from Atlanta, Salt Lake City and San Francisco.
Take I-70 West from DIA to Glenwood Springs, then it's Route 82 from Glenwood Springs to Aspen. Drive time is four to five hours, depending on weather.
Colorado Mountain Express from DIA to Aspen. (888-649-5982; www.ridecme.com)
Gray Line offers luxury coaches from DIA and ASE. (888-649-5982)
Or pimp your ride with Denver Town Car Limo from DIA (303-349-6445; www.denvertowncarlimo.com)
Amtrak's California Zephyr delivers skiers and riders to Glenwood Springs, just 40 minutes from Aspen.
Roaring Fork Transportation Authority will get you to the mountain, the airport, around town, and of course, the spa. It's all free. No parking, no pollution. (970-925-8484)
High Mountain Taxi (970-925-8294; www.hmtaxi.com)
Ultimate Taxi (970-927-9239; www.ultimatetaxi.com)
Black Diamonds Limo (970-948-2685; www.blackdiamondslimousine.com)
Snow Limo (970-544-6475; www.snowlimo.net)